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Ubuntu Unity: A beginner's walk-through

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You may have noticed that over the last year, I’ve spoken quite a lot about Ubuntu Unity. More specifically, I’ve become quite the champion for Unity being one of the most efficient desktops on the market. I thought it might be helpful to take you on a walk through of the default Ubuntu desktop to help you see just how it could be that a completely different desktop could possibly be so user-friendly and efficient.

In order to do this, I’ll walk through the steps to tackle a simple task — open, write, and save a document. Why such a simple task? Well, using an office suite is one of the most common tasks in business, so it only makes sense to show just how this works on the new and improved Ubuntu desktop. So… are you ready? Let’s do this.

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